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Thu Dec 1, 2016
Denise asked:
There is a listing for sale by owner but has no contact information. I went to the listing address and the owner tells me the place is not for sale. I am a realtor and keep getting calls…
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Tue Apr 12, 2016
Rebecca Buening asked:
I no longer live in the U.S., and have no need to keep this account. How do I go about deleting it?
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Thu Oct 17, 2013
Tyler Hansen answered:
Give me a call or shoot me over an email at realtorhansen@gmail.com
I would be interested in speaking with you.
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Mon Feb 27, 2012
Scott Broussard answered:
Hello James,

I am sorry to hear you are struggling to make your house payments. The best advise I can give you is to take action by visiting Utah's #1 Pre-Foreclosure Specialists REI Home Solutions. Website: www.reihomesolutions.com.

Time is of the essence so you need to be proactive. I have helped dozens of homeowners deal with a looming foreclosures like yours. As a pre-foreclosure specialist I am affiliated with REI Home Solutions Utah's #1 Pre-Foreclosure Specialists. Their phone number is 801-590-9002.

Call me if you have questions.

Scott Broussard
Equity Real Estate
801-910-9864
scott@801agent.com
www.801agent.com
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Wed Oct 13, 2010
Portland_Real_Estate answered:
There are many way to buy a foreclosure home these days.
Banks Homes
Government Homes
Real Estate Auctions.
I get my local updates from PENNYHOMES.NET
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Mon Mar 15, 2010
Robynn Eccles answered:
You can get a great deal with either a foreclosure or short sale. The key is to have a good agent running a comparative market analysis with you on any property you're purchasing to make sure you're getting the most for your money. Not all short sales or bank owned homes are "screaming deals" and often an uneducated buyer can end up paying the same for these properties that they would for a traditional sale... with extra headache in the transaction to boot! Banks will evaluate the overall strength of your offer, being a cash buyer will help but the way your offer is constructed can end up being more important than that. Finally, what constitutes a good deal will depend greatly on what your goal for this property is. Are you looking to find your dream home at a savings, find a cheap property that you can put back on the market for a profit or looking for a long term investment? A good agent can help you evaluate your goals, find the very best properties to meet those goals and make sure that you're not overpaying. I'd be happy to assist you further in reaching your goals. Please feel free to give me a call (801)419-2681 email me at reccles@utahsold.com or visit my website at www.EcclesRealEstate.com ... more
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Sat Mar 13, 2010
Jerry B. Sanders answered:
Keane's answer is good and covers the basics.

Good Luck
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Wed Mar 10, 2010
Bob Movin-On answered:
Almost all homes are selling well below market value during these troubled times, definitely look for a home that is held by a lender after a foreclosure or a distressed seller that is attempting a short sale. Contacting a local Realtor is your best avenue of finding these deals, there are website out there that offer information on foreclosures but many times you are chasing after something that will never happen, banks do not deal with retail buyers directly and distressed homeowners are always trying to find ways to save their home. ... more
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